In AR Solo Basketball, you can play shoot hoops wherever you are, whenever it is. Just let the app detect an open space floor, it will set a basketball court on it, and you can start!

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2 Reviews5.0/5
Steven Rueter
Developer
This is incredible. One thing, though, can you add a button to retrieve the ball without having to walk over and pick it up? ...Also, multiplayer.
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Liwei Yu
Maker
VR AR UX designer
@rueter Nice! social is my goal but not sure if arkit could support two player share the same court to play.
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Steven Rueter
Developer
@liwei_yu check out the most recent Apple Keynote, the ARKit demo shows a game enabled for multiplayer. You’d have to set up a server, though, in all likelihood. Imagine being able to play a game of Horse anywhere...😋 BTW amazing work on the app, it’s very impressive.
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@rueter Good comment about picking up the ball. Walking around to pick it up takes the fun away.
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Travis JohnsonFounder of WITTY & Tweasy
@rueter @liwei_yu +1 on the suggestion for ball retrieval button. The app is brilliant outside of the lack of that one feature. Great job!
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Neil MathewCEO, founder at Placenote
@liwei_yu I'm actually working on a multiplayer sync library for ARKit using a mapping backend. Feel free to reach out if you're interested :) https://www.producthunt.com/upco...
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Liwei Yu
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VR AR UX designer
If you are new to AR technology, this will surprise you! If you love basketball, this will wow you and you will never stop!
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Sean Tiffonnet MooneyUi Designer - dribbble.com/SeanTiffonnet

If you have a nice open area, it's really cool to play with ! works really well 👌🏀

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Works really well ! 🔥

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Maybe add multiplayer ? Other Game mode ? 😁

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Filip NedelkovskiDigital Marketing Manager
Even Kobe Bryant would love to try this app :)
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Neil MathewCEO, founder at Placenote
This is cool! I wonder if you could use this to help people learn how to shoot better in real life !
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